Oussama Ait Oumenni

The secret behind Evan’s fish and chips.  He is the man in the kitchen.  Born and raised in Morocco, Oussama quickly adapted to Canada, in both Montreal and Dartmouth!

 

Favourite Meal: 2pc Fish, ½ Fries, ½ Salad
Olive Oil drizzled over salad and Tartar Sauce smothered over fish.

Oussama Ait Oumenni

Joline d’Entremont

Evan’s middle daughter. After completing her degrees at Université Sainte Anne, Joline moved to Montreal to gain some teaching experience. After four years of teaching, she moved back to Nova Scotia, from Montreal, to open the restaurant.

 

When free time happens: Fish Prints and Cooking.

Joline d’Entremont

Jocelyne d’Entremont

Evan’s youngest daughter. Jocelyne has been selling her father’s catch for over four years as a part time job while attending university. Since her graduation, Jocelyne has become a huge part of Evan’s.

Jocelyne d’Entremont

Sydney Daoust

Syd, a sweetheart that knows how to deal with the public. She’s also our photographer and a new mom.

Sydney Daoust

Karlee Muise

Also Acadian, but from the Tusket area, Karlee Muise works part-time while she completes her university degree. Her pleasant and friendly ways make her a natural fit for Evan’s.

Karlee Muise

Angela Simpson

Part of the team for a couple of years now. Angela, our celiac, started as a customer loving our gluten-free options. She is a mom, a hard worker, and an important part of Evan’s.

Angela Simpson